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Tort Litigation/environmental Attorney
The candidate should have 4-6 years of Litigation and trial experience, taking depositions, expert witnesses, oral arguments of discovery, pretrial motions, witness examination, trial preparation. AmLaw 50 firm.
White Collar / Healthcare Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 2+ years of direct, on-point experience in either a large firm or dedicated boutique setting. Prior white collar defense experience is a must. Experience in healthcare fraud / False Claims Act work is extremely helpful and will account for a good deal of the practice. Must have admission to GA Bar, ability to waive in, or willingness to sit for next available exam required, as are superior academics and...
White Collar Staff Attorney
The candidate should have 2+ years of experience working on internal corporate investigations and assisting clients with compliance programs. Excellent research, writing and client communication skills required. Prior experience with anti-corruption investigations and audits preferred. Strong preference for Spanish fluency. This off-track position has a lower billable hour requirement and provides excellent compensation and benefits. Relocation ...
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White collar Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 2+ years of experience in either a large firm or dedicated boutique setting. Prior white collar defense experience is a must. Experience in healthcare fraud is extremely helpful. GA Bar admission , ability to waive in, or willingness to sit for next available exam is required, as are superior academics and a demonstrated record of success.
Government Enforcement and Investigations Associate
The candidate must have 2-4 years of litigation, white collar or criminal defense experience. Should have prior government enforcement, white collar or criminal defense experience. Must be able to work cross-office and travel when necessary. Excellent law school credentials are preferred. Current or former judicial clerkship experience is highly valued. Additional language proficiency outside of English are also highly va...